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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 April 1861

a 3 Vi I "J if , I : 1 Poetical. LINE 3 ON A SKELETON. This poem appeared in th London Morning Cf.'ROViCL?., just forty year rS- A reward of fif ty T'vni3 fa'del to briitj our it authorship, nor ia it vet known: D-ha'd this ruiH ! Twi ku!l. 0n? of ethrrhl niMt fu'l Th: m-mir c-H Li'e'sr-treit. TSis n'"' T'ouzV's mvs-erio i S9it, Whit hm'Tul vision fi'Vl tn's mot, Whitdreims of oVim'Jn; f orzot, N'ir fl v, ivr Love, nor Jor. nor (ear, Have l-ft one trace of recard here. B'neith this mmi'-lerin; cmopr Oa?e sYnv tTie hriirht. -n 1 hn-v eve ; R-.t. trrt not it the d"-mil r' l If i! Lore fh it ve erm'ar'-d ; If rr:.a ni 1 1 " ls fi- if cbvied Jin th-o:i ;h -h d?.vs of k'n lnps bo imel ; T ut ere 'twill h forever hr'uht Wh-in r an 1 ans are s mk in Nit. Within this hol'o-r civeni hun The ro.i !r. swirr.?oil tu-iof' tounjre. If FiJse o rF ho;iey h did cued, And whore ic cui I nt praise ra cVcn d If ho'.l in Virtue cm?e it sr.-ke. t rentb Concord never broke ! This -heat tri r - a d' p' d f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 April 1861

I r'. r . 4 i? i rwn.t.nrmKi 7JV3 vi jH1 A r t: ' -"-ij .3 iil U rCBf.TSHZD TVEL2LY BT Y. PIATT MiDOITALD, :::::::: Editor. PIiVT.lOUTH, IKDIAIIA: Tiiuksdat, Ait.il lSrn, 1SG1. SAIUT ATORY. The r;a !.?ra of the Democrat having le-nnppr;d by th-? retiring -.-Utor, of a ciiang ct proprietors, we appear tbis week bis week to svenk f-r ourselves. TIr chanire was for th? reasons stated las: wofrk, so far a3 Mr. Tu MPsON'was concerned, a::d partila ally so in reference to ourselves (we speak v ' ' vas not t;;kvn biek wr.olly f.;r the pur- . J r ' po-ie vi securing the payments due cn it, I f , . , 1 J . , o'zi pirtlc Lr the reason that we thought o I it might be rxiodo remunerative, with prop a B r exertions. Since x3 last addressed tho readers cf the Democrat, mors important events to ta i-eope oi Lie United Elates Have ti.tnspired thai ever before, in the j.rescn; centurj, at Htsf, aunng the same length of time. To rcccu:;t all these events, and j t!;e cau.,0 3 which prouaced thern, wou...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 April 1861

1 ' 4 t - 1'; : i : ' I i :-. . - V - v 'i n f : r TVMXT? TfcTMilS.. '51 . X JLJLAU JL flJJiYX'LJ'-OJLWl A . Local and Miscellaneous. John tllcSPoaaldy : : Ef'iio " Turn- i a divinitv that shanes 91f OH Is fOWCn" i: i a'i ice ta-1 i "prmv hv the m- cf he Tca1 1 pearance of our na ne at the neau ci -m ij-.u Department of th Dkmockat. Tnat wo r.-ay bea ? :nr atTilcfor.s v.hh ni -ckness and la'-.aTty, it vrill tc necessary for the " .tear peop.lc " t ) ! ?or.u thb in the way of raakniitenu for i:no,l!oeal )7ü," so tint, aa far as pracUe sble, wo may avoid the uC of parables. cm ill T.ot rnlce r.nv rron.;se r..- to our fu- ture course, for, were we to ureal: then, w e wor.J receive the centre of ail good people ; and, were we to keep them, we would pet no prr.se, as s ic.i occurrences are so rare among those who make them freely, tlut it, would be looke.l upon as a freak of nature, and not to be com.tod . n in the general order of things. To ixse th lautruago of a Western editor, "we wi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 April 1861

Ii! i f t f i if- 4 Tt -. ; '- ' 'i 1-1 0 j ?l From ihe Democrat Extra, April 14. SURRENDERED!! MAJOR ANDERSON True to The Last! uns icionons TUE WJB Jf TMLLr BEGUN. THE FO.RT Lln End to the Union! Charleston, April 12. The noml..rlment is continu ing with mortai-s, and will It kept lip all lllCfllt. It i SlippO(l that AmlfWri is restinir hU men for tho. night. Yes-els cannot ot in as a storm i rncins: and the sea rou.ch, making it impo-iTle to ef fect reinforci-'iiipnt tD-nujlit. Tho floating ba'terv works well. TOE LATEST. Charleston, April 13, 10:30. a. m. At intervals of 20 minutes firm ing was kept up all night on Fort Sumter. Mnj. Anderson ceased firing from Fort Sumter at 0 o' clock in the evening ; all niirlit lie wai enaed in ro pairing dam ages and protecting" the barbette gun??. II.' has eomir.enced to re turn the fire at T o'clock this mor ning. Fort Sumter seems to be greatly disabled. The batteries on Cuniinino's Point does Ft. Sum ter great damage. At 0 o'clock this m...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 April 1861

Bml il IV u 4 Ifki iLuma I Kalter fliti nbai. Ioeticai. LINE 3 OTT A SKELETON. This poem appeared in the London Morning Ccmxiclt.. inst fortv Tear rro. A reward f fif ty rVni? failed bria out its authori'iip.nor is it yet known: XMoM this rum ! T kull On?e of etherial sm'rit Ml TV naow cell Li'-'s r-treat. This t'e w ThinV' mvOrio n seat, Whit hen'fnl vis;"n- fi'VH tVs not, Wh it dreams of o''Hnrff,lin frriot, N-r FI-, nor L.nve. nor Jot. nor r tar, Have leftoae trace of record here. Tneith this mouldering cvnopv Once show the bright in 1 buy eye ; R'-.t.nrt not nt the derail th 1 If social Love h it eve em'ived ; If w;.h no liwWs fi- it r""ed But Th-v4-h h d;v of kn lnesbcimel ; T'ntere shill S forevf r hr'iht Wh-m sürs -in i sin tire s ink in N;bt. TTithia this hoPowcivern hun The ready, swift. sti l tuneful tounjre, If False ood honey i didcaed, A it I where it could nt pr u. was chain- d : If ho'd in Virtue'.- eirse it p-die, Y't srentle Concord never broke ! Tk-issvent tonre hi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 April 1861

rctLTSHED WEEK LT BT T. & P. cDOXALS. PLATT HcLOxIALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, IITDIAIIA: Thursday, Arx:iL ISni, IS Gl. SALUTATORY. The roa.!era of the Democrat having be -n apprised by the retiring editor, of a c!ur of proprietors, we appcr;r this week to aj esk for ourselves. The change was fjr th? reasons stated last wok, so far a3 Mr. TiiMPsoNwas concerned, arid par:ila ally so in roforence to ourselves (we epeak for editor and proprietors). The ofilce whs nt taken back wholly for the pur pose of securing the payments du on it, bu: partly Lr the reason that we thought it might bo cuado remunerative, with prop er exertions. Since a last addressed the readers cf the Dzmucrat, mor important events to the pcopie cf the United S:ate3 have tr.i:uptred than ever before, in the present ten tur), at least, during the same leng;h of time. To rcccur.i a!l theso events, and t!ie c;iu.so3 which prod;;od them, would bi foreign Iron our present purpose ; and w? shall only advert to one ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 April 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. John .llcBonald, : ': Editor. ' Them U a dmnity that shapes jr end rough" 13 an old and t"uesyiug, worth? of a.'l accepta tion oua that is proved, to our sorrow, by the ap pearance of our n.me at the hea l cf the Local Department of the Demoout. Tnat we nay bear ourafHictions wich meekness and hninTty, it will be necessary frr the dear people " to do foihc- thing in of ra li'nS lte:n3 -or BS to "oejLi- he," so that, as far as practicable, wc may avoid the 11? of parables. We shall not make any promises as to oui fu ture course, for, were we to break them, we a ould receive the censure of all good people ; and, were we to keep them, we would pet no prv.se, as snch occurrences are so rare among thos who make them freely, that it would be looked upon aa a freak of nature, and not to be counted en in the general order of things. To use the language of a Western editor, we will cheerfully publish the irriages and death? of our iriends," an I all oth...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 April 1861

7 7 hi I) J i ; I - i !! Hi ( l if ' i. From iho Dzmocbat Eitra, April 14. SURRENDERED ! ! MAJOR AJiDERSOK True to The Last! Soullicni Forces Victorious TDE V. 1R ACTUALLY BEGUN. THE F O-R. T An End to the Union! Chahltstox, April 12. The homlKt'-tlment is cntinn ing" with mortars, and will l-ekf-pt up all night. It is supposed that Anderen is resting his men for the night. Vessels cannot ot in as a storm is racing and the sea ronsh, making it impossible to ef fect reinforcement to-night. The Heating battery works well. THE LATEST. Charleston, April 13, 10:30. a. ra. At intervals of 20 minutes fire ing was kept up all night on Fort Sumter. Maj. Anderson ceased firing from Fort Sumter at o' clock in the evening ; all night he wai engaged in repairing dam ages and protecting the barbette guns. IL.? has commenced to re turn the fire at 7 o'clock this mor ning. Fort Sumter seems to be greatly disabled. The batteries on Cumming's Point does Ft. Sum ter great damage. At 0 o'clock this mor...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 April 1861

4 ' A , t V : '1 h . A . . - if iTBLiaHFD BT RF.QrSJT. In Memory of Mrs. Martha Vandercar. BY A FRIF.ND Thou art gone from amon us : no more shall tliy voice, With ita sweet, loving accents, cause our hearts to j rejoice ; But in sorrow anJ saJne.-j will our eycstlclimmed ! with tears, Look in vain for thy presence, through all com ig years N mw. shall ihr gooJ heart ffo out to they bo- som friend, " Aivd take in hid sorrow, ou-l joy and hope in its place send, For it beating have ceased, its last throb it his taken, 'Til Time's dying agonies thy doe? slumbers awa - ten . " No more shall thy children, whom thou fondly adored, Feel the warm ki?s of love which a mother be - stowed; Uut so deeply impressed is thy iningc on their hearts, . That no time can banish it, or the joy it impart?. O, may thy kind words be a light to their feet, That shall safIy conduct them to were angels greet Those who have journeyed the straight, narrow path. Which leads unto life, and shuns the great Wrath....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 April 1861

raued ft a intrm nable civ over . ' 0 f'" ; ' u. ,,M . WI'J4 "l u,e lÄH !C"t will Warruut all m,i V. rJt-. hth Eatm nd Hw.lTn.t. . .1 .-r.. r,,:P,a r-h.-y ol th.a !.fp!,.b;o aresMisficd ".r.:. , . Wl,ln fUhd with tha pro f ho i;.,;.!,,;!, r,v !. . ... tue peopie ai me next o.uiot-box. tnereiore. ; ii'l-n nil, n.rlitj n il.. ..i.i.t .i... . . . . .. .... TII E DEMOCRAT. w - - - - - ' TMK'.in f ". (lod w r i Y1 1 r."inli t c 1 r- .. ft I fill I i languge, ana on a pioper occasion, some PC HUSH KD WKEKLV BV PLATT McDOIJALD, : : : : : : Editor. I'LYMOÜIH, INDIANA: villainous cowards have been sneukino- about town, and tellin:; thai wo were a traitor, and that it would not be safe for us to utter such sentiments in ten or fifteen days from now, and other divers threats of Ulf !:.;: AY, ApüIL !?5tII, 1 S " 1 - wlut tby noulJ do, which bore with so Huh weight upon our mind that we do nut now recollect them. We also received two ajn) inou3 letters warning u? to desist from thj course we ent...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 May 1861

Poetical. Frumtbe Dailj State Sentinel. UNION FOREVER. BT MRS. SARAH T. ROLTOX. Fair banner of our native land, Shall thy proud atar and stripes be riTen By faction's voice and treason's hand i No, no, forbid it heaven ! Forbid it ye wao bravely hurled Defiance at the oppressor's ban. And won for this broad Western world Freedom, the rights of man. Forbid it ye who proudly reap The harvest sown by patriot, age ; Show to all time that ye can keep Unstained, your glorious heritage. Speak, children of the braTe and free. Speak out, and let your watchword be, Union forever ! By every pall'd face that turned From burdens it could bear no more ! By every weary heart that yearns To find a home on Freedom's shere ! By evorj high and hoary, throne, Where tyranay's red banner waves ! By every bitter tear and groan Of Europe's fair browed slaves ! By common interests, kindred ties, By every altar, home and health, By all yu cherish, all you prize, The hope of heaven, the peace of earth, Bpeak,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 May 1861

THE DEMOCRAT.! rv3LT.SHED TVEKKLT BV T. & IN TflcöOiXAIiD. PLATT HcDONALD, :::::::: Editor. fi2t.ioutk, idiaita: Thursday, May 2nd, 1801. Startling. The dispatches yesierday inform us that the Secessionists to lake the National Cap Lincoln has issued a proclamation for C5,- jlol, there has been a cradual and sieadv D00 tivopa in addition to the 7.5.000 recent - ly demanded, i hoy are to be enrolled for three, five, and seven years, and will be a part of the standing army of the govern ment. How this immense force is to be disposed, or for what purpose it is to be raised, the public have as yet not been in formed. The people have a right to know if we are to have a military despotism. So long as the Administration was acting on the defensive, we could wish it success ; but if such an immense military force is to be placed at the disposal of a political party, to be used for such purposes as sectional animosity may dictate, we may as well give up all hope for this boasted land of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 May 1861

FOR C L O T HING! THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellantoi ?. johii McDonald, Editor. UXIOX TICKET. OR TRCSTKKS, 1st Ward J. IL X. KL1NGKR, 2d 3d 4th 5:h JOS. WESTER VELT, M. II. RICE, W. W HILL, JAMES MITCHELL. 44 It FOR CLKRK AND TREASl'RCR, D. E. VAX VALKEXBURGH. OR 31 ARNUAL AND COLLECTOR, JAMES II. CASE. FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE, Dr. X. SHERMAN. KOR ASSESSOR, C. C. BUCK. Last week we had occasion to dilate somewhat , r C :il I ... I OU the peacCIUl appearance oi our iu;ae, mit, we cannot continue in the same strain this week. : Tliere were not so many people in town last Sat urday as on the Saturday previous, but were of a far more pugilistic character, as was evidenced by the number of lights. Some of our volunteers, j with the aid of a lew other?, wc understand, had a free fight, south ot the river, in which one 1 had not "enlisted" was considerably bruised. i We called in at Dr. Lemon's, where his head was J . . i j a. ..r . being dressed, ana s.tw inc un.onunaie; ins m-au , was shave...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 May 1861

TELEGRAPHIC. SECESSION MOVEMENTS!! Star of the Weit Fired into ST THI SOUTH CAROLINIANS! NEW FIRM! NEW FIRM! KOONTZ & SACK, DEALERS LH Groceries and Provisions, CROCKERYI, &C. In soliciting th public patronage jtb weuld re spectfully call the attention of the citizens of Marshall and adjoining couatiet to our stock of Groceriei, onsistmj la COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, TOBACCO, SYRUP, MOLASSES, d-c. &c. which we will sell as cheap 13 the cheapest. In connection with our stock of groceries we hare opened an "A 1" where we keep constantly on hand FRESH BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LARD, TALLOW, and POULTRY. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods The highest market price paid for fat cattle and pork, &c, &c. KOONTZ k SACK Larorte street, one door west of Lemon's Dru Stere 52tf. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! New Arrangements! NEW STORE, New Inducements! yvr goods and new prices ! " I WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE attention of the citizens of Marshall and adjoining Counties, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 May 1861

Poetical. TITS SWORD OP BUNKS HILL. BT WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. He la anon his dving bed, His eye growing dii, When with a feeble voice he ea!ie2, Ilia weeping sn to him : "Weep n t, my boy," the veteran said, I Low to heaven's high will, Eat iiulekly from yoaarr.ler bring, The sword of iiinktr Hill." Ti.-- i J w.n bvoag.t'. tliC- soldier' eye Lit witlt a sudden dame ; Aa l as lie ri.;"ei the nnctent Made, He inarm ir'd Warren's name ; Then 3 ill, "Mv boy, I le-ive you gold, But what is richer still, I leave you, mark mo, mark'rae, now, Tlie iworJ of Hunker Hill.; ' 'T was on that dre ul imm -rt.d day, I dared the Briton":) band, A captain raised this Wad? on mv, I tore it from Iiis hand ; And while the gloriom battle raged, It lbhten'd freedom's will. Fur, boy .he Go! of Freeljm's bless'd The sword of Bunker Hill. "Oh! keep tho sword," hi accents broke, A smil', and he was dea l ; B it his wrinkle I hand still ras'd the Made. Unon that dying bed. The son remains, the sword remain?. It...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 May 1861

11 X H 4 A i 7 1 THE DEMOCRAT. rcni-Tsirnr wekklv by T. PLATT MCDONALD. :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: Thursday, May Our, 1SC1. Don't like -Oar Position." The Republican, of last week, comes out with a lengthy article on the position which we took a week previous. In re ferring to his comments, we shall not at tempt to do so seriatem, but will refer to them in general terms. He prefaces his remarks with his stereo typed grunting about the authorship of our editorials. We care nothing about such complainings, and only refer to it to show our readers what a brave, manly co temporary we have to deal with. The first thin;; noticeable in his article is, that he don't like our position. This is something very strange, and calculated to excite great wonder. It we should write anything of a general political na ture to please him, it would be prima fa cia evidence to us that it was wrong. In this instance he assumes a position for us which ws did not take, namely: that the election of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 May 1861

- ' i .-" i '! 5 i ; ? 4 THE DEMOCRAT. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. JOHN UcDONALD, :::::: Editor. OFFICIAL VOTE Of the Plymouth Corporation election, Monday, May 6th, lr-GI. FOR TRfsTr.ES, VOTE. MAJ. lt Ward S A Francis,. ItrG 7S A C Stalev lOS 2d 3d 4ih 5th " J Westervc!t, . .Ir2 75 II McFarlin, 107 " M II Rice 1 r PG P S Alleman, 'J'J w V Hill l!)-3-c7 C C Halanger, H'5 J Mitchell TU 91 II M Logan 103 FOR MAR.!M1. AXD COLLECTOR, J II Case, 15-1 T J Patterson H Wm Babbington, G4 Cue ovcr Patter?on,"l; over Iktbbing- ton, c; over both, 7. FOR CLF.SX AND TREASURER, D E VanYalkenburgh. D McDonald ..1ST 3 ..104 FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE, N Sherman , A C C apron, 1-070 J1U FOP- ASSESSOR, C C Back,. Jos Evans,. 1S- , ion A correspondent cf the LaForte Herald, a week or two ago, propounded a quest!. m in math- ematicä that lias been setting the wnacres i-.i this region by the ears. The following is a statement of the example; A Shoemaker sells a man a pair of boot worth j -i : .i...v. ... win f.Pl. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 May 1861

TELEGRAPHIC. SECESSION MOVEMENTS !! Star of the West Tired into BT TOS SOUTH CAROLINIANS! NEW FIRM! SEW FIRMl KOONTZ & SACK, DEALERS Ef Groceries and Provisions, CHOCKERYI, &C. In soliciting tho public pafrennge we would re spectfully call the attention of the citizens of Marshall and adjoining counties to our stock of Groceries, consisting in COFFEE, 4 TEA, SUG AK, TOBACCO, SYRUP, MOLASSES, cfc etc. which we wili sell a.? cheap as the cheapest. In connection with our stock of groceri3 'we have opened an "A 1" where we keep constantly on Laud FRESH REEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, LARD, TALLOW, and POULTRY. All kinds of country produce taken in excharpe JJJJ00'h, 7lCh5hcst market price paid for lit cattle and pork, &c, kc. KOOXTZ k SACK La Porte street, one door west of Lemon's Druir Store. 52if. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! New Arrangements! NEW STORE, "Mew Inducements! NEW GOODS AND NEW PRICES! T WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE . attention of the citizens of Marshall and adjoining Counties....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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